May 122014
 

My Diet PillWhat’s my secret?? It’s a new diet pill called “GET UP & MOVE YOUR ASS.” I’m loving the results from it so far!!

People frequently ask me, “What supplements do you take?” Allow me to break it down for you. I take B12 and drink Shakeology, that’s it. When it comes to any type of diet pill, I take zilch, zero, nada, none! With all do respect to those who do, I personally do not allow random pills to define me. I’d rather work my ass off and earn my results the right way than to “cheat” or fake it with some magic diet pill.

This is something I’ve NEVER shared publicly so here goes. At one point in my life (13+ years ago) I embarrassingly admit that I was addicted to diet pills. Hello Ephedra! I couldn’t function without them. continue reading

Nov 042013
 

Seconds ProThis is one of my favorite apps to use for any HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), Tabata, Circuit Training, and more. It’s called the Seconds Pro App and can be easily downloaded from the Apps Store right to your iPhone, iPad and more. Aside from a Gymboss, this provides a whole new experience to your workout. Just plug in your exercises, timings, intervals, music and viola. For me personally, using timers like these keep me 100% committed to performing at the highest intensity. Additionally, unlike counting reps, timing my intervals makes me competitive and accountable to perform even harder. It forces me to keep pushing until “3.2.1…[rest]”.

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Aug 262013
 

scales-dont-give-whole-storyThis is a topic that has been weighing on my mind heavily lately (pun intended).

How do you define fitness or weight loss “progress”? Is it the number on the scale each morning? Many of us would say “YES”, right?! After all, we’re wired to attach a number to something we’re working so hard on and call it “progress”.

Throughout the highs and lows of our lifelong fitness journey, we tend to become slaves to the dreaded scale. Waking up every morning, putting ourselves through teeth clenching agony, “Please God let it be 20 pounds less than yesterday’s weigh in.” Okay I’m being a bit dramatic, but ugh, why do we do this to ourselves? continue reading